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Cory Teunissen And Meagan Ethell Win The 2019 Nautique Moomba Masters International Invitational

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Moomba MastersThe Nautique Wake Series and WWA Wakeboard World Series (WBWS) kicked off what is expected to be one of the most competitive seasons yet at the 2019 Nautique Moomba Masters International Invitational. Riding behind the 6X Wakeboard Boat of the Year, the Super Air Nautique G23, the world’s best riders stole the show in front of over 400,000 cheering fans along Melbourne, Australia’s Yarra River with unbelievable performances. Proving that this generation of riders is the most committed and progressive in the history of the sport, every single run we saw was put down to not only win but make a statement for what’s to come for the 2019 season.
 
Moomba Masters - Pro Women WinnersLooking to lock in the first win of the season, Nautique rider Cory Teunissen (AUS) displayed confidence throughout his entire run and kicking things off in his first pass with back to back F/S 900s. Teunissen went on to complete his flawless run with a super clean H/S B/S 720 followed by a final T/S double back roll to officially seal the deal for the top podium spot. Tyler Higham (USA) brought his unique west coast style to the final round of action with wrapped spins and a variety of grabs on all of his tricks locking in a massive second place finish on the Yarra. Higham also took the Rockstar Best Trick contest with his ever-stylish switch mute F/S 900. Coming in third, Ronix rider Nic Rapa (AUS) landed three massive back to back doubles to finish off his second pass, proving that he came to fight for his spot at the top this weekend.
 
The Pro Women's Final was one to watch with five of the six finalists completing stand-up passes Monday afternoon. Meagan Ethell (USA) turned it up nailing a beautiful run that included a giant whirly bird, melon off Moomba Masters - Pro Women Winnersaxis 360, KGB, and H/S back roll for the win. Coming in second place and displaying the perfect amount of flips, spins, and amplitude off the wake of the legendary Super Air Nautique G23, Erika Lang (USA) set herself a part with one of the smoothest runs we've seen from the Nautique rider. Taking the Rockstar Best Trick award and rounding out the podium in third, Bec Gange (AUS) had the crowd screaming with her technical Indy Tantrum to Blind.
 
In the Jr. Women's division, Aussie girl Mackenzie McCarthy (AUS) took home a big win, landing a huge Indy back roll to start off her run and finishing out with a crowd favorite and ever classic raley in her second pass. Haylee Bowman (AUS) placed second with style on every trick followed by Elle Christensen (USA) in third giving it everything she had to round out the podium. In the Jr. Pro Men’s division Joshua Swift (AUS) displayed one of the most impressive runs we’ve seen from a Juniors division, landing multiple 720s and closing out his run with a technical B/S 540. Bryce Grey (AUS) finished a close second with incredibly clean riding followed by the stylish Yu Hamazaki (JPN) in third.
 
Results

Pro Men Wakeboarding Final
1. Cory Teunissen (AUS) - 94.67
2. Tyler Higham (USA) - 92.33
3. Nic Rapa (AUS) - 87.67
4. Harley Clifford (AUS) - 83.67
5. Guenther Oka (USA) - 82.00
6. Sam Brown (AUS) - 78.33
7. Cobe France (AUS) - 58.00
8. Shota Tezuka (JAP) - 56.00
 
Best Trick: Tyler Higham – Switch Mute Frontside 9
 
Pro Women Wakeboarding Final
1. Meagan Ethell (USA) - 93.33
2. Erika Lang (USA) - 89.00
3. Rebecca Gange (AUS) - 80.00
4. Mary Morgan Howell (USA) - 65.00
5. Zahra Kell (AUS) - 59.00
6. Taylor McCullough (USA) - 56.00
 
Best Trick: Rebecca Gange – Indy Tantrum to Blind
 
Pro Men Wakeboarding LCQ (top rider in each heat advances)
 
Heat #1
1. Guenther Oka (USA) - 86.00
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2. Kai Ditsch (ARG) - 72.67
3. Luca Kidd (UK) - 54.00
4. Parker Siegele (AUS) - 47.67
5. Elliot Digney (AUS) - 33.67
6. Jim Campbell (USA) - 26.67
 
Heat #2
1. Sam Brown (AUS) - 79.67
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2. Tony Iacconi (AUS) - 76.67
3. Ulf Ditsch (ARG) - 70.00
4. Lewy Watt (AUS) - 56.00
5. Josh Twelker (USA) - 38.33
 
Pro Men Wakeboarding Semifinal (top two riders advance)
1. Tyler Higham (USA) - 70.33
2. Harley Clifford (AUS) - 63.33
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3. Tony Iacconi (AUS) - 61.33
4. Kai Ditsch (ARG) - 56.67
5. Ulf Ditsch (ARG) - 38.00
6. Elliot Digney (AUS) - 31.67
 
Pro Women Wakeboarding Semifinal (top two riders advance)
1. Erika Lang (USA) - 80.00
2. Taylor McCullough (USA) - 69.00
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3. Mary Morgan Howell (USA) - 65.00
4. Jamie Lopina (USA) - 55.00
5. Carolina Rodriguez (MEX) - 45.00
6. Ellery Hunt (USA) - 36.67
 
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Dedicated to progressing the sport from the ground up, the Nautique Wake Series puts riders first, developing the stars of tomorrow and showcasing the top athletes of today with every major event held behind the Super Air Nautique G23. The Nautique Wake Series is the only event series that gives riders of all ages, gender and skill level the opportunity to compete at an elite level.
 
For more information on the Nautique Wake Series, click here. For more information on the WWA Wakeboard World Series, click here.




About Nautique Boat Company
Celebrating 94 years of excellence in the marine industry, Nautique is a subsidiary of Correct Craft and has been on the waters of the world with a passion for innovation since 1925. Nautique is known to push the envelope of possibility on the water, and our owners have come to expect nothing but the absolute best. The Ski Nautique has been reinvented as the lightest ski boat on the market, the G-Series has won numerous awards for wakeboard boat and wakesurf boat of the year while unlocking new possibilities in wakeboarding and wakesurfing, and our GS Series has given families endless days on the water without compromise. Through our Nautique Cares initiatives we’re dedicated to not only making a difference on the water, but to people in need around the world. The world’s best ski boat, world’s best wake boat, and a company that cares. To learn more visit Nautique.com.
 
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Rockstar Energy Drink is designed for those who lead active lifestyles – from Athletes to Rockstars. Available in over 25 flavors at convenience and grocery outlets in over 30 countries, Rockstar supports the Rockstar lifestyle across the globe through Action Sports, Motor Sports, and Live Music. For more information, visit: RockstarEnergy.com.
 
About The WWA
Celebrating 30 years of excellence in wake, the World Wake Association stands as a global network of passionate representatives dedicated to the growth of wakesports worldwide. Developed for riders by riders, our mission and values remain true to the core of our community since 1989. Our position as the authority on competitive standards has been earned through consistent development; sanctioning and producing more than 12,500 worldwide events and counting. We are the only organization solely focused on the best interests of the sport, spearheading a collective movement on the journey to discover where wake takes you. The WWA owns and operates the WWA Wakeboard World Series, WWA Wake Park World Series, WWA Wakeboard National Championships, WWA Wake Park National Championships, WWA Wakeboard World Championships, WWA Wake Park World Championships, WWA Wake Park Triple Crown, WWA Pro Card, WWA Rider Experience. For more information on the World Wake Association, check out thewwa.com.


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